June 23-29 — Rookie Symposium, Aurora, Ohio.
July 11 — Supplemental Draft (if necessary).
July 15 — Deadline for any club that designated a Franchise Player to sign such player to a multi-year contract or extension. After this date, the player may sign only a one-year contract with his prior club for the 2013 season, and such contract cannot be extended until
after the club’s last regular season game.
July 22 – Signing Period ends for Unrestricted Free Agents to whom a “June 1 Tender” was made by prior club.
August 3 — Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony, Canton, Ohio.
August 4 — Hall of Fame Game, Dallas Cowboys vs. Miami Dolphins, Canton, Ohio.
August 6 — Deadline for players under contract to report to their clubs to earn an Accrued Season for free agency.
August 6 — If a drafted rookie has not signed with his club by this date, he cannot be traded to any other club in 2013, and may sign a player contract only with the drafting club until the day of the draft in the 2014 League Year.
August 8-11 — First Preseason Weekend.
August 27 — Clubs must reduce their rosters to a maximum of 75 players on the Active List.
August 31 — Clubs must reduce rosters to a maximum of 53 players on the Active/Inactive List.
September 1 — Clubs may establish a Practice Squad of eight players. Also, the final day of preseason training camp for all clubs.
September 4 — Deadline for all NFL Player Contracts, Practice Player Contracts, tender offers, and miscellaneous amounts to fit within each Club’s 2013 Salary Cap.
September 5, 8-9 — Regular Season opens.
September 29 — NFL International Series, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Minnesota Vikings, London, England.
October 7-9 — Fall League Meeting, Washington, D.C.
October 27 — NFL International Series, San Francisco 49ers vs. Jacksonville Jaguars, London, England.
October 29 — All trading ends for 2013.
January 4-5 — Playoffs begin.
January 26 — AFC-NFC Pro Bowl, Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii.
February 2 — Super Bowl XLVIII, MetLife Stadium, New York-New Jersey.
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